6 November 2017

Being and Becoming a Facilitator with Steven Segal | Monday November 13, 2017 | 5.30pm

In this workshop we are going to ask and share our responses to a reflective question: what is involved in becoming a facilitator? An existential framework of "becoming" will be provided to guide the discussion. In the context of the existential framework participants will be offered the opportunity to reflect in a dialogical context on the role of developing one's facilitators' voice and style through a range of existential challenges such as
  • leaping into the unknown in becoming a facilitator
  • developing from being a novice to mastery in the domain of facilitation
  • responding to surprises or unexpected disruptions in the process of becoming
  • turning adversity into opportunity
  • responding as a core dimension of becoming a facilitator
The workshop is aimed both at consolidating your way of being and opening up new possibilities in your repertoire for being a facilitator.
About Steven Segal
Steven lectures at the MGSM. His teaching style is close to that of a facilitator in that he aims to bring out the best in his students. In the 1990's he was recognised internationally as a pioneer in the development of philosophical practice which is a process for enabling clients to develop their own philosophies of life or of the particular roles they play in life.

He is also a registered psychologist, author of three books, co-editor of one book and has written a range of scholarly papers.

Venue: [We will be at UTS]
University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Jones Street, Ultimo corner Thomas Street. Room 5.580 Level 5, Building 10, Take the lift to level 5, cross the atrium footbridge, walk straight ahead to room 580.

From 5:30pm to 7:30pm sharp | No RSVP - Just turn up | Donation $5
Enquiries | Eoin Higgins  eoin.p.higgins@gmail.com ; 0407 411 684

Call for Guest Facilitators:

If you have an idea or know someone who has an idea for a session at a Facilitators Network meeting in please contact Eoin Higgins 0407 411 684 eoin.p.higgins@gmail.com